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DTP: My partner loves a nice big mug of hot chocolate, so I throw some milk and hot chocolate powder  in a mug and steam it for a minute or two and even give her a bit of froth on top. Dead easy.

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On 28/07/2019 at 15:04, longhardgrind said:

DTP: My partner loves a nice big mug of hot chocolate, so I throw some milk and hot chocolate powder  in a mug and steam it for a minute or two and even give her a bit of froth on top. Dead easy.

Thank you!

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On 28/07/2019 at 13:44, maestroman said:

Anyone make Hot Chocolate using a Sage Barista Touch or similar?

I mix the hot chocolate into a paste (in the milk jug) then steam it like you would ordinary milk.

Nice and frothy.

Makes excellent Horlicks as well, same method.

(Duo Temp Pro)

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Stated which machine.

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I make with a bit of water and powder so quite thick (like a coffee shot) then froth milk as usual and pour as you would a latte. Can then do some nice art if you like 😉


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I use the Sage Barista Express - roughly mix the chocolate powder into a milk jug then steam as per normal milk steaming - around 65 degrees. The steaming mixes the milk nicely and we are left with a delicious hot chocolate. Good luck.


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